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Multiple Allergies? Hard To Find Something To Eat?


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#1 SadiesMomma

 
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Posted 06 March 2004 - 08:00 PM

:) I have an excellent website for those of you who are going nuts trying to find anything to eat. I have a very limited selection of foods on my good list and have been disperate to find something, anything to make myself on a better selection of foods for my diet. I found this and was amazed at how large the selection there was for my muliple allergies. I will link you directly to a page where you click your allergies and it will bring up a page where it shows foods free of your allergies. For every item it shows ingredients so you yourself can see. It is very nice.

http://sf1000.regist...1222/search.php

I really hope that someone can find this useful. I myself have. Good luck finding something you like and can enjoy for the whole family! :D
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Posted 06 March 2004 - 08:27 PM

Hi Heather,

I've been to the Miss Roben's site before, and although they have a lot of good food choices, make sure you read every ingredient. I have found their allergen thing to not always be accurate. I choose gluten free, wheat free, dairy free, soy free and it gives me choices that are gluten, wheat and dairy free, but most of them have soy in them! So I don't trust it 100%. Another site I like is the Guten Free Pantry, since it has sections for other allergens, but again you have to check ingredients.

God bless,
Mariann :)
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Posted 07 March 2004 - 09:24 AM

:( wow, I didnt realize that! Good thing you said something. I'd still read the indredients before eating it though. I am phobic. Anytime I eat something new, even when it says I can I fear the worse. How could you not.

Thanks!
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Living gluten-free, Egg, Dairy, Nut, Soy, and Corn Free since Winter/Spring 2003

Fathers be good to your daughters,
Daughters will love like you do,
Girls become lovers who turn in Mothers,
So mothers be good to your daughters too.




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